The Falcons have parted ways with one of their draft picks of 2012.
The club said Friday night it had waived fullback Bradie Ewing, a fifth-round selection two years ago.
The 24-year-old Ewing was limited to two games in 2013 because of a shoulder injury, and he missed his entire rookie season with a torn ACL.
The departure of Ewing leaves the Falcons with just one fullback: Patrick DiMarco, whom Atlanta promoted from its practice squad when Ewing was placed on injured reserve in December.
Four members of the Falcons’ six-player 2012 draft class are still on the roster, including offensive lineman Peter Konz. The Falcons did not have a first-round pick in 2012 after trading it to Cleveland in the Julio Jones deal.